Openmoko kernel git branch request for Android patched kernel.
Brian.Code at koolu.com
Thu Oct 23 02:28:09 CEST 2008
If it's easier to just apply patches, there is a patch set located at:
They are split out into each file that gets patched and are the
differences between the Android 2.6.24 branch and the vanilla 2.6.24
branch. They were done a little while ago, so I'm not sure if they are
stale or not.
When I had patched them, there was only one file that wouldn't patch,
and it was fairly straightforward.
If you have difficulty with it, or have questions, please let me know.
On 22-Oct-08, at 4:14 PM, Andy Green wrote:
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | All,
> | In order to facilitate public distribution of an Android patched
> | I would like to ask for a git branch that would track stable but
> | the Android patches. Alternatively, since the patches apply
> | cleanly against stable branch, perhaps they could be included in the
> | stable branch. In either case, I am willing to be the person to
> | manage the new branch, or add the patches to an existing branch.
> | Please let me know the best way to proceed.
> Hi -
> Apparently the patchset needed on the kernel for Android operation is
> pretty light, rather than deal with yet another branch (there are more
> branches coming anyway for other things) the strategy would just be
> accept normal patches against one of the existing branches like stable
> or maybe stable-tracking.
> I guess you read already from my side on the list I believe getting as
> easy and decent operation with Android in our stock kernels as we
> can is
> Sean McNeil has some stuff coming, if you have some stuff too please
> post them here are we will use the best bits of whatever comes from
> whereever according to our normal open review. I know Sean is in the
> middle of moving at the moment so turnaround might not be super
> rapid to
> start, since he has actually run it (too?) we definitely also need his
> input on what we are doing.
> - -Andy
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